Brothels, Porn, Secret Fantasies! A Whole Different Side Of Franz Kafka You Haven't Heard!

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Franz Kafka, the writer born in 1883 and died in 1924. His published works include The TrialMetamorphosis and The Castle. Many consider him the greatest writer of the twentieth century.

These are the bald facts. But Franz Kafka, the man, or better still the noun-phrase, conjures up far much more than that. He led a different life than we all knew, especially about sex. Let's take a closer look to this great writer's life!

The image of Kafka in people's minds, including myself, was probably a terrific literary figure who traveled just like a pilgrim, a mystic, a priest on the streets of lonely, poor, sick Prague, suffering from the pain of love afflictions and unsuccessful relationships.

We have nothing to say to Kafka's literary prosperity, but a lot of information has emerged in the last period about his way of life being different than we thought.

In the diaries and memo books of some friends or people who knew him wrote that Kafka had a very active life especially in his 20s.

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Unlike what we know so far, Kafka was financially better off and had a more pleasant life. He was a person who knew a lot of people and met many new ones.

According to this information, Kafka frequently traveled to a brothel in Prague! Especially since his university years, Kafka started to go there on a regular basis.

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But Kafka wasn't able to get rid of his own contradictions during this active life style.

On one occasion, he quickly threw himself out of the brothel and vomited.

But why is that?

Kafka's view of women and sexuality was highly contradictory. Although he didn't feel a strong attraction to women, he also had ideas against women.

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For example, he found sex to be "dirty" both physically and morally, thus avoided sex. This, in turn, led to conflicting ideas and approaches toward women.

At that time, people were anxious because of the incidence of sexual diseases and the lack of effective treatments. Kafka may also have been affected by this situation.

In Bohemia, books about sexuality, at that time were not about the misconduct or morality of sexuality, but about their health risks.

These feelings and thoughts perhaps stopped Kafka, who was engaged four times during his short life, from getting married.

Despite all these negative thoughts on sexuality, Kafka had a vast collection of porn and masturbated often.

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In the time Kafka lived, porn was not as widespread and common as it is today, and in a way, those who owned pornography in their homes were faced with a great reaction from society.

Kafka's socially related complex thoughts and life were not limited to these. Apart from this, he had homosexual, bisexual, sadistic, masochistic and voyeuristic fantasies.

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All of this was what the great writer enjoyed and was guilty of. Kafka's sexuality is often described as "self-estrangement" in his diaries.

According to some views, Gregor Samsa, who turns into a giant bug in The Metamorphosis, is no other than Kafka. The reason for this alienation and worthlessness can be the feeling of guilt created by Kafka's complex sexuality.

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Max Brod, a friend of Kafka, who was more sexually active than him, also expressed similar thoughts in his diary.

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The theory that Kafka's "neurotic" friend Brod was a healthy person also loses a little bit of credibility.

In short, Kafka had a different life than we thought; a more colorful and darker life ...

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